Both conferences were hybrid formats, with options to attend either in person or online.
The 50th annual National March for Life took place in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20.
The 40th Biennial Convention of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League is set for June 22–25 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.
The 2023 LCMS Specialized Pastoral Ministry conference will take place Feb. 28 through March 1 in St. Louis.
There are numerous opportunities around the country to support life.
The pre-convention work of assembling overtures, reports and nominations for the 2023 LCMS convention is well underway,
LCMS congregations, summer camps and Recognized Service Organizations across the country will host Servant Events from May through August.
LCMS School Ministry has developed a variety of resources for use during NLSW.
Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) hosted its 49th annual awards banquet on Nov. 10.
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On Aug. 26, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod recognized the service of eight missionaries and missionary families who are retiring or leaving the field and welcomed one new missionary.
The seventh LCMS Hispanic National Convention was held Aug. 2–5 under the theme “For We Are All One in Jesus Christ.”
From July 27 to 30, more than 240 people, including 63 children, gathered at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mobile, Ala., under the theme “Empowering the Next Generation.”
The Making Disciples for Life (MDFL) Fall Conference is set for Oct. 10–12 at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
The LCMS Atlantic District held its 61st convention July 22–23 in Albany, N.Y.
The Rev. James Maxwell was elected to his first term as president of the LCMS Rocky Mountain District during the district’s 52nd convention, held June 9–10.